I will definitely have to check out some of the shows you mentioned, never heard of them.I caught up on some shows to clear pvr space. S3 of The Sinner is quite good so far, even better than The Outsider. S5 of The Magicians is still engaging (I was in from the start of S1 years back).
There are a number of new shows (or seasons) still coming out. I missed the start of S2 of The New Pope but will catch up at some point; it has John Malkovich this season with Jude Law. The new Sam Esmail show Briarpatch has good reviews, a nice cast and looks interesting. Devs is starting shortly, a new show from Adam Garland. S3 of Cosmos is beginning shortly on Nat Geo. Lost Cities with Albert Lin on Nat Geo has been excellent. There's the esoteric new Dispatches from Elsewhere with Jason Segel.
D Wade: Life Unexpected was good. The documentary The Kingmaker is highly awarded and pretty crazy.
Just watched it in two sittings. It's like a mashup of several John Hughes movies, Carrie and Stranger Things. Not bad at all. Looks like next season will be quite different.Just watched "I Am Not OK With This" on Netflix. Fun little show, in 20 minute episodes. Aimed more at teens, I think, but I enjoyed it.
Too bad on Albert Lin. LIDAR technology for archaeological study is a real game changer. I really enjoyed the episodes where he found large civilizations (some earlier) in the jungles around Machu Picchu and the Petra episode where the LIDAR showed how incredibly extensive the regional water collection works and hydrology was for tens of miles around that area to support those habitats. Both engineering at a very advanced level and on a huge scale, very impressive for such old and lessor known civilizations. At least you tried it which is more than many do.Watched Killer Inside - The mind of Aaron Hernandez - good, creepy, odd story.
Lost Cities with Albert Lin - meh couldn't get into it, this is usually right up my alley, but I found it too cheesy and superficial
Checking out Locke & Key now.